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Prescription Services

If you don´t have a prescription then don´t worry.

Our dedicated team of pharmacist prescribers are able to write a prescription if appropriate for certain conditions. Maybe a prescription isn’t needed in which case our team of pharmacists are on hand to offer advice just as if you were in a pharmacy on a High Street.

We are also happy to help if you have a prescription that has been written by a doctor.

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Weight Loss

Being overweight is often caused by eating large, highly calorific portions and leading a lifestyle with limited exercise. Losing weight and maintaining the weight loss is a commitment to improving your lifestyle. To lose weight and maintain it you should be eating a healthy, balanced diet and doing regular amounts of moderate exercise.

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Smoking Cessation

Smoking is known to be the cause of many avoidable diseases, especially lung cancer and heart problems. Giving up smoking is the single most important thing you can do to improve your health and the health of people around you. Non-smokers who breathe in second-hand smoke are at risk of the same diseases as smokers. If you use medicines to stop smoking, such as nicotine gum or patches, and get support, you will be more likely to succeed than by willpower alone.

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Erectile Dysfunction

Erectile dysfunction (ED), where you fail to get and maintain a proper erection, is most commonly caused by a narrowing of the arteries that take blood to the penis. Some men suffer from temporary ED when they have drunk too much alcohol, are tired, stressed or distracted. Persistent ED is caused by various factors such as diabetes, diseases which affect nerves, side effects of certain medications, decreased blood flow to the penis caused by high blood pressure, high cholesterol, smoking, diabetes or increasing age and injury to nerves going to the penis. If you think you suffer with persistent ED then get a free consultation from one of our pharmacist prescribers.

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Travel Advice

More exotic holidays to far-flung parts of the world increases our exposure to malaria. As a result the number of cases of malaria in the UK is increasing. Symptoms of malaria can develop any time from 8 days to a year after being bitten. Malaria can sometimes be fatal. For this reason it is very important to protect yourself against this risk. Our pharmacist prescribers are able to offer advice and write prescriptions where needed for any antimalarials that you may need for your holidays.

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